25 best books to read in 2019 so far, by genre

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Best books of the year 2019 so far by genre

This handy list includes top 5 titles in the most popular genres: literature & fiction, biographies & memoirs, mystery & thrillers, romance, and young adult fiction.

Twice a year, Amazon editors announce the list of the best books that have been released since January. It’s a great way to find new books to read or gift to the book lover in your life.

The mid-year list of The Best Books of 2019 so far has just been revealed. The top title overall is City of Girls, a new novel from a bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert, which explores themes of female sexuality and promiscuity, as well as the idiosyncrasies of true love.

The best book in Biographies & Memoirs is Maybe You Should Talk To Someone by Lori Gottlieb. It’s a transformative, laugh-out-loud funny read that will challenge the reader to see themselves in a new light. Lovers of romance will find Christina Lauren’s The Unhoneymooners on top on the list, while The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides is the best pick of 2019 so far in Mystery & Thrillers genre.

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On Amazon, you can explore the top 20 titles, or go to category-specific directories. Popular genres include literature & fiction, biographies & memoirs, mystery & thrillers, romance, and young adult fiction.

To read more about each title, you will have to go to an Amazon page with book details – and jump back to the main list, if you want to explore other titles.

That’s why, to save your precious time, we’ve prepared this quick round-up of Amazon’s best books of the year so far. It includes short summaries of the top titles in five most popular genres: literary fiction, biographies, mystery and suspense, romance novels, and young adult fiction.

Under each summary, you will find a one-sentence description of the book, a detailed category, a number of pages, average rating, as well as links to both the Kindle and print edition.

How are the best books of the year picked?

All year long, members of the Amazon editorial team read hundreds of newly released books to announce the Best Book of the Month winners.

Twice a year, in a series of meetings, the editors pick up the top 20 titles overall plus top 20 titles in each genre:

  • Best books of the year so far – the list is announced in June
  • Best books of the year overall – the list is announced in December

The best books of the month are taken into consideration. Best selling titles, literature prize winners, as well as customer favorites, are also included in the final run.

The editors add also the most interesting titles that have been published in the preceding weeks and haven’t had a chance to be included in the Best Book of the Month competition.

Why are best books of the year worth exploring?

Book rankings are one of the most popular book discovery tools. The best books of the year selected by Amazon editors will help you:

  • find new books to add to your wishlist
  • discover authors you would not find in other book rankings
  • get gift ideas for the book lover in your life
  • find must-read titles to be included in your reading challenge
  • get book recommendations for your next book club meeting
  • discover next great read in your favorite book genre

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Top 5 books of the year – literature & fiction

1. City of Girls

Elizabeth Gilbert

New York City, 1940s. Nineteen-year-old Vivian Morris has just been kicked out of college because of her rather lackluster freshman-year performance and is sent by her parents to live with her Aunt Peg in Manhattan. There, Vivian stumbles upon the Lily Playhouse theater – and encounters an entirely different world of flamboyance and eccentricity.

But when Vivian makes a personal mistake that results in a professional scandal, her whole new world is turned upside down in ways that will take her years to fully understand.

Told from the perspective of an older woman as she reflects on her youth with both pleasure and regret, City of Girls is a love story like no other.

What it is like: Juicy, delicious and witty
Category: Women’s Friendship Fiction
Length: 480 pages

Average rating: 3.9/5

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2. Mrs. Everything

Jennifer Weiner

Jo and Bethie have had their roles clearly defined from the very beginning. Jo, the bookish tomboy, strives to make the world fairer, likes wearing old clothes and running around playing sports. Betty, the feminine good girl, dreams of stardom and enjoys the power of her charm and being the center of attention.

But as their lives unfold, the girls slowly begin to realize that inhabiting the world they’ve dreamed of might be much more difficult than they imagined.

Mrs. Everything is a masterfully drawn warm reassuring hug to all the women out there who struggle to find their places in our rapidly evolving world.

What it is like: Political, empowering and multi-layered
Category: Sisters Fiction
Length: 481 pages

Average rating: 4.2/5

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3. On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous

Ocean Vuong

Written by the speaker, Little Dog, in his late twenties, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous untangles a family’s history in Vietnam that began before he was born, all in form of a fond letter from a son to a mother who cannot read.

But while it is filled with undeniable love between a single mother and her son, it is also a brutally honest exploration of race, class and masculinity and a shattering portrait of a family that is far from perfect. But most importantly, it is a work of self-discovery that asks how to heal and rescue one another without forsaking who we are.

Praised for how beautifully it can describe the indescribable feelings we often experience as well as stunning metaphors for life, love and loss that have the reader pausing to let them sink in, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous is guaranteed to leave you awe-struck.

What it is like: Lyrical, semi-autobiographical and solemn
Category: LGBT Coming of Age Fiction
Length: 256 pages

Average rating: 4.1/5

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4. The Guest Book

Sarah Blake

Privilege. Deeply buried secrets that at last come to light. Family.

An unforgettable novel about past mistakes that ripple throughout generations, The Guest Book follows the ups and downs of the wealthy Milton family through three generations, starting in the 1930s up to the present day. Woven with secrets, tragedies, and betrayals, this brilliantly complex exploration of power, privilege, and prejudice examines not just a privileged American family, but a privileged America.

This saga, while absorbing and extraordinarily well-written, is not a quick read – but undoubtedly one that will leave an impact. So if you love historical fiction that encourages to reflect on the present, this is your next read.

What it is like: Thought-provoking, absorbing and multi-layered
Category: World War II Historical Fiction, Family Fiction
Length: 496 pages

Average rating: 3.5/5

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5. Daisy Jones & The Six

Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy is living the life any coming of age girl in the buzzing 1960s Los Angeles would – in between sneaking into clubs on the Sunset Strip and sleeping with rock stars, she dreams of fame, wealth and recognition, singing at the Whisky a Go Go. The sex and drugs are thrilling, but it’s the rock’n’roll she loves most.

So when her voice starts getting noticed and her reckless personality starts charming more and more people, a producer realizes that the key to supercharged success is to put her together with a band The Six.

There is Daisy, a rock and roll spitfire, brilliant songwriter and an unapologetic drug addict. There is Karen, the ice-cool keyboardist and a ferociously independent woman in a world that wasn’t ready for her. And then there’s Camila, the frontman’s wife, all too aware of the electric connection between her husband and Daisy.

What happens next will become the stuff of legend.

Presented as a series of interviews with a fictional band, this novel will make you double check if Daisy Jones & The Six really existed.

Tip: This book is best listened to as an audiobook.

What it is like: Intoxicating, fun and a true gem for audiobook lovers.
Category: Cultural heritage fiction
Length: 368 pages

Average rating: 4.3/5

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Top 5 books of the year – biographies & memoirs

1. Maybe You Should Talk To Someone

Lori Gottlieb

Therapist Lori Gottlieb’s practice attracts many patients – there’s a highly self-absorbed Hollywood producer, a young newlywed diagnosed with a serious illness, and a senior threatening to end her life on her birthday if nothing gets better.

But when a crisis causes Lori’s own world to crash down, she lands in the office of quirky therapist Wendell and is forced to accept help from others for a change. Having turned into both a clinician and a patient, Lori realizes that some of the questions her patients are struggling with are often the same ones she is now bringing to Wendell.

This warm, wise and disarmingly funny book is guaranteed to teach you many things: help understand what the role of the therapist is, show how people’s behaviors – good or bad – develop, and finally – open up the world of counseling from both sides of the couch.

So if you are looking for an honest, insightful, highly informative chunk of advice that actually works from both a brilliant therapist and a darn good writer – look no further.

What it is like: Transformative, laugh-out-loud funny read that will challenge the reader to see themselves in a new light
Category: Popular Psychology Psychotherapy
Length: 432 pages

Average rating: 4.7/5

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2. Save Me the Plums: My Gourmet Memoir

Ruth Reichl

When Condé Nast offered Ruth Reichl the top position at America’s oldest epicurean magazine, she declined. She was a writer, not a manager, and had no inclination to be anyone’s boss. Yet Reichl had been reading Gourmet since she was eight; it had inspired her career. How could she say no?

This delightful read follows the story of a former Berkeley hippie cautiously entering the corporate world, worried about losing her soul. It is a deeply personal journey of a woman coming to terms with being in charge and making a mark, following a passion and holding on to her dreams.

Warm, intimate and captivating, Save Me the Plums is the literary equivalent of well-made comfort food.

What it is like: Delicious, nutritious and (very) juicy – a true delight for foodies
Category: Biographies & Memoirs of Chefs
Length: 269 pages

Average rating: 4.5/5

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3. Our Man: Richard Holbrooke and the End of the American Century

George Packer

Admired and detested, Richard Holbrooke was the force behind the Dayton Accords that ended the Balkan wars – America’s greatest diplomatic achievement in the post-Cold War era.

Drawn from Holbrooke’s diaries and papers, Our Man is a nonfiction narrative that is both intimate and epic in its revelatory portrait of this extraordinary and deeply flawed man and the elite spheres of society and government he inhabited.

You may ask yourself, is it worth one of the best American nonfiction writers producing a book of just under 600 pages on an arrogant and abrasive egotist whose highest sustained rank in the State Department was that of a lowly assistant secretary? The answer is unabashedly yes.

What it is like: Beguiling, catty and critical
Category: International Relations
Length: 608 pages

Average rating: 4.8/5

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4. Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America

Jared Cohen

When the incumbent died in office, eight men have succeeded to the presidency in the United States.

There was John Tyler, the first president threatened with impeachment. Millard Fillmore, who immediately after his appointment sacked the entire cabinet. Theodore Roosevelt, who broke up the trusts. There was Andrew Johnson, Chester Arthur, Calvin Coolidge, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson – who all, one way or another, contributed greatly to American history.

Accidental President adds immeasurably to our understanding of the power and limits of the American presidency in critical times. It is a brilliant refresher course in American history. Greatly informative, packed with quirks of history and fascinating political maneuvers, this page-turner is a must read that educates and entertains.

What it is like: Informative, knowledgeable
Category: U.S. Congresses, Senates & Legislative
Length: 528 pages

Average rating: 4.7/5

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5. Once More We Saw Stars: A Memoir

Jayson Greene

Upper West Side, Manhattan. Two-year-old Greta Greene is sitting with her grandmother on a park bench. A brick crumbles from a windowsill overhead strikes her unconscious. She is immediately rushed to the hospital.

Once More We Saw Stars follows Jayson and his wife, Stacy, as they confront in the wake of their daughter’s trauma and the hours leading up to her death. But instead of being just a narrative about grief and loss, Once More We Saw Stars is also about hope and healing.

In the face of what seems unsurvivable, Jayson Greene manages to capture an emotional memoir that shines a beacon of light in the darkest of places.

What it is like: Heartbreaking, transcendent and cleansing
Category: Fatherhood
Length: 256 pages

Average rating: 4.7/5

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Top 5 books of the year – mystery & thrillers

1. The Silent Patient

Alex Michaelides

Life is seemingly perfect for Alicia Berenson. Insanely talented and accomplished as a painter, in love and married to an in-demand fashion well-known photographer, she lives in a grand house with big windows overlooking a park in one of London’s most desirable areas – what more one could wish for?

Until one hot summer evening, her husband Gabriel returns home late from work and Alicia shoots him five times in the face.

Six years have passed, and Alicia hasn’t spoken a word ever since.

An instant #1 New York Times bestseller, The Silent Patient is a dark psychological suspense thriller that will leave you dumbfounded. Do not buy this book unless you’re planning on staying up late – you won’t be able to put it down.

What it is like: A prime example of a pretty darn absorbing page-turner
Category: Psychological Thriller
Length: 336 pages

Average rating: 4.3/5

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2. Recursion

Blake Crouch

Ann Voss Peters remembers her happy life with a loving, loyal husband well. Until one day, she finds him married to another woman, with a child, and having absolutely no clue who she is, causing her to throw herself off a roof in agony.

NYPD detective Barry Sutton has ever since been dedicated to investigating a new type of affliction called False Memory Syndrome, that drives its victims mad with clear memories of lives they never lived.

As Barry searches for the truth, he faces perhaps the most threatening opponent one could ever imagine – memory, a force that attacks the very fabric of the past as we know it. So how can he fight it when memory, quite literally, makes reality?

This brilliantly fast-paced, well-written thriller is guaranteed to meddle with your mind.

What it is like: A mind-boggling, action-packed thriller about time, identity and memory
Category: Technothriller
Length: 336 pages

Average rating: 4.6/5

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3. Cari Mora

Thomas Harris

Long awaited return of the master of his strange and chilling style and the creator of Hannibal Lecter and The Silence of the Lambs does not disappoint with this edge-of-your-seat ride.

Cari Mora follows the life of a woman of the same name – a young Colombian refugee of uncertain immigration status, strikingly beautiful and the only one daring enough to work as a caretaker at the spine-chilling mansion once owned by Pablo Escobar beneath which lies twenty-five million dollars in cartel gold.

Hans-Peter Schneider has long had his eyes on the treasure buried on the Miami Beach waterfront. Driven by unspeakable appetites, he makes a living out of trafficking women – first amputating whichever body part his client craves, later watching them dissolve in a liquid cremation machine – all while he takes a shower.

When they finally meet, Cari must outwit the sadistic psychopath to survive. In the pulse-pounding battle between an evil genius and a strong female nemesis, male desire versus female survival, Thomas Harris reminds us of his well-deserved greatness.

What it is like: A cinematic and highly suspenseful nail-biter
Category: Organized Crime Thrillers
Length: 320 pages

Average rating: 2.5/5

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4. The River

Peter Heller

Exhausted by college life, Jack and Wynn are looking forward to their well-deserved summer break. This year, they decided to go backpacking near picturesque Hudson Bay to bond over their shared love of camping, fishing and canoeing rough out in the wild, which gives them a chance to reconnect with nature and explore the wondrous Canadian nature.

Everything goes smoothly until one day their trip is disrupted by what seems to be a strong smell of smoke. Curious as to what the source of the smell is, they climb up to scan the horizon from the distance, only to come to the horrifying realization that a massive wildfire is slowly consuming the woods.

What should have been a carefree end of summer canoe trip quickly turns into a desperate fight for survival against a series of life-threatening events in which their friendship is put to a test.

The River is a must-read for nature-and-book-lovers who enjoy gripping storylines with mesmerizing descriptions of the wilderness.

What it is like: A heart-pounding fiery story of desperate wilderness survival
Category: Sea Adventures Fiction
Length: 272 pages

Average rating: 4.2/5

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5. Run Away

Harlan Coben

Simon Greene is living what just might be every father’s biggest nightmare – he lost his daughter, and she’s made it painfully clear she does not want to be found, choosing her addiction to drugs and an abusive boyfriend over her family.

It’s been six months when, by chance, Simon sees her again. Playing guitar in Central Park, his daughter has become frightened, clearly in trouble, and a shadow of the carefree girl she once was.

So when he approaches her and she runs away, Simon is determined to make her come home. Little does he know the chase will be a dark, dangerous and potentially tragic one.

To what lengths will he go to save his child?

What it is like: Brace yourself to binge read it in one day – Run Away will simply not let you put it down
Category: Domestic Thriller
Length: 384 pages

Average rating: 4.3/5

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Top 5 books of the year – romance

1. The Unhoneymooners

Christina Lauren

Ami is definitely the lucky one of the two twin sisters. Not only does she win contest after contest and has a loving husband-to-be, but she also manages to finance her entire wedding and a honeymoon in Hawaii. Her twin sister Olive, on the other hand, is the exact opposite – jinxed in every single way, be it inexplicable mishaps or a recent layoff. Now, bad luck strikes yet another time: the groom’s best man turns out to be her biggest enemy, Ethan Thomas.

So when after the wedding everyone but the two of them wakes up with severe food poisoning and the honeymoon is free up for grabs, Olive is determined not to let Ethan enjoy the paradise solo.

Two sworn arch-nemeses go on a trip to Maui and are forced to act as newlyweds – but do they actually mind playing pretend?

With its exuberant humor and charming characters, The Unhoneymooners is the epitome of a marvelous hate-to-love romance novel.

What it is like: Joyful, warm and touching – but above all, hilarious
Category: Humorous Fiction
Length: 416 pages

Average rating: 4.5/5

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2. Red, White & Royal Blue

Casey McQuiston

First Son Alex Claremont Diaz is the closest thing to a prince in the United States – handsome, hilariously sassy and with confidence that is bordering on arrogance, he manages to charm just about every millennial in America. As an international socialite, it comes as no surprise that the media follows him everywhere he goes.

Including that one time at the royal wedding when he pushes his rival, Prince Henry, straight onto the wedding cake, sparking speculation about an international crisis and strained relations between the U.S. and Great Britain.

As damage control, the two are forced to fake their friendship to calm the media down. But in between Alex’s snappy banter and Henry’s polished British charm, the faux friendship begins to turn into a very real… romance?

Prepare yourself to swoon over the characters (especially Alex!) and their exceptionally sweet and very sassy relationship.

What it is like: Red, White & Royal Blue reads like an excellent romcom that leaves you cheesy grinning all the way through
Category: LGBT Romance
Length: 432 pages

Average rating: 4.7/5

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3. The Friend Zone

Abby Jimenez

Kristen Petersen’s life is turned upside down when, while planning her best friend’s wedding, she meets Josh Copeland – a man who embodies just about everything she’s been searching for. Sensitive, charming, and adored even by her dog Stuntman Mike, Josh seems to be a man straight out of her dreams.

But Josh wants children and Kristen knows she can’t give him that. As their attraction grows and the two slowly begin falling in love, the thought of letting go of him is becoming more painful day by day.

After reading this delightfully honest, laugh-out-loud funny and at times brutally heartbreaking story you are guaranteed to be left with a severe case of a book hangover.

What it is like: Will have you laughing one moment and holding on to a box of tissues the next
Category: Holiday Romance
Length: 385 pages

Average rating: 4.8/5

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4. The Bride Test

Helen Hoang

Khai Diep is convinced he has no feelings. Well, not the kinds of feelings that you read about in books at least – the grand, important emotions like grief or love. But his mom knows better – autism means he just processes emotions differently – and is determined to find him the perfect bride.

So when she crosses paths with a beautiful Esme in a hotel, she decides to give her a rather unusual proposal: come to America and win over her loveless son by the end of the summer. Succeed – and you’ll live the blissful American dream by his side. Fail – and return to your simple life in Vietnam.

Of course, Esme says yes.

What it is like: Sexy, sweet, and with substance
Category: Humorous Erotica
Length: 320 pages

Average rating: 4.5/5

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5. The Perfect Date

Evelyn Lozada

Working two jobs at the same time. Studying all hours to get her nursing qualification. Earning not only for her own living but her mother’s and her son’s too. Angel Gomez is busy, to say the least. A young, fiery and independent Puerto-Rican woman, she takes it as her utmost priority not to be messed with – especially by a man. There is simply not enough space for love in her agenda.

Enter Caleb “The Duke” Lewis – a star pitcher for the Bronx Bolts whose frequent romantic endeavors make headlines of gossip columns. But lately, he’s been trying to keep a lower profile.

When they cross paths, Duke knows she’s the one when Angel fails to fall for his obvious charm and throws a drink in his face instead.

Brace yourself for an exciting roller coaster ride with this whirlwind, soap opera style love story.

What it is like: An American-Latina Cinderella story
Category: Multicultural Romance
Length: 288 pages

Average rating: 3.5/5

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Top 5 books of the year – teen & young adult

1. On The Come Up

Angie Thomas

At sixteen years old, you tend to dream big. Bri, for example, wants to be one of the greatest rappers the world has ever seen. As the daughter of an underground hip hop legend who passed away right before he hit big, Bri’s got massive shoes to fill. But her teachers think she’s a hooligan, her fridge is empty, an eviction notice is staring her family down and her mom just lost her job.

So when Bri lets off steam in her new song and it goes viral for all the wrong reasons, she finds herself at the center of a controversy she did not anticipate. But she has to make it, even if it means becoming the monster the public has made her out to be.

What it is like: An authentic, powerful and masterfully written coming of age story
Category: Homelessness & Poverty Fiction, Music Fiction
Length: 464 pages

Average rating: 4.6/5

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2. Finale: A Caraval Novel

Stephanie Garber

Welcome, welcome to Finale. All games must come to an end.

The long-awaited third and final book in Stephanie Garber’s #1 New York Times bestselling Caraval series is finally here, and it does not disappoint.

Scarlett and Tella have never gone beyond the shores of the tiny island where they live with their powerful but heartless father, who now has begun arranging marriage for Scarlett. So when a long-dreamt-of invitation for Caraval, a once-a-year performance far away, arrives, the girls are willing to take a risk and participate in the dangerous show.

Now, Caraval is over, but perhaps the greatest game of all has begun. The only people left are those who will win, and those who will lose everything.

What it is like: A brilliant ending to a brilliant series
Category: Siblings Fiction
Length: 416 pages

Average rating: 4.6/5

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3. With the Fire on High

Elizabeth Acevedo

Emoni Santiago got pregnant freshman year, and her life has been about making tough decisions ever since.

In between caring for her daughter and her abuela, passing her classes in senior year and holding down a fast-food job, she barely has time for herself. But when she does, she spends it in the kitchen, where she finally can let off steam and create culinary wonders. She is talented, and everyone can taste it.

This book is unexceptionally bold and makes the assertion that it’s possible to be both a teen mother and a good mother. It serves as an open and honest representation of teen motherhood that shows it with the ups and downs, without judgment.

What it is like: Manages to show the truest meaning of hard work and pure love in the most phenomenal way
Category: Multigenerational Family Fiction, Values & Virtues Fiction
Length: 400 pages

Average rating: 4.7/5

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4. Two Can Keep a Secret

Karen M. McManus

Ellery has heard quite a lot about the secretive Echo Ridge, a small American town. Such as the fact that her aunt went missing there at age seventeen, and hasn’t been found ever since. Or that only five years ago, a homecoming queen was mysteriously killed. And now, Ellery has to live there with a grandmother she barely knows.

So when before school even begins someone declares open season on homecoming, assuring it will be as dangerous as it was five years ago, Ellery is terrified to realize that what she’s heard about the town is true. In Echo Ridge, everyone is hiding something.

This fantastic thriller will leave you guessing until the end.

What it is like: A must-read YA thriller
Category: Romantic Mystery
Length: 330 pages

Average rating: 4.3/5

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5. The Wicked King (The Folk of the Air)

Holly Black

When faerie Madoc discovers his mortal wife’s deception, he is furious. After all, she had faked her and their child’s death from him to escape to the mortal realm – and Madoc takes his revenge, killing both the mother and the father.

But as a creature bound by honor and the rules of his kind, he decides not to leave the children behind – and instead, bring his daughter Vivienne, and mortal twin half-sisters Jude and Taryn, back to his land, where the story begins.

Welcome to Faerie.

Holly Black has done it again – this action-packed sequel to The Cruel Prince is one awfully addicting read. Only this time, the stakes are higher, the game deadlier, and the enemies angrier.

What it is like: Exquisitely dark and delightfully wicked.
Category: Fantasy Fiction & Adventure
Length: 337 pages

Average rating: 4.8/5

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Best gifts for book lovers in 2019 - Library Books pencil holder organizer

“Library Books” pencil holder organizer

A must-have office supply caddy for every home library. It’s shaped and painted to look like a set of ornate books. The bottom book is a pull-out drawer.

Average rating: 4.1/5


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Fashionable blue light blocking glasses

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Innovative reading light and USB charger

This innovative bedroom nightstand light from Brightech has a unique shape that would fit modern, urban flats. It features a touch switch dimmer, and comes with a built-in USB charger.

Average rating: 4.4/5


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